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Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am pleased to help. The only companies, to my knowledge, who crafted cahndeliers such as yours were located in either France or Italy in the mid to late 20th century. Few are ever marked, unfortunately, but if they are they are generally marked on the inside of the cup mount which is next to the ceiling. Chandeliers are made by scores of private companies and generally marketed under a particular brand name--but the overall quality looks to be good and the condition, very good.
At present, the typical secondary market retail range is from $850 to $1,500 pending demand at any given time. Based purely on the form, I would feel it is most likely at least made like, if not by, Venini of Italy.
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My apology for the delay...the recent foul weather disrupted my internet for the past several days! It is difficult to date an item like that from an image, and the keys to look for are the markings under the cap and the type of light sockets and wiring used--in the 1940s, the wire would have been either silk or asbestos covered braid as very few things like that had plastic or rubberized coatings, which came along more in the late 1950s. The sockets themselves would be porcelain or bakelite in the 1940s, whereas things after the 1950s would be aluminum for the most part or on better grade pieces, copper. If you can provide a few more details, I will do all I can to assist further!